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about the celebrations, events, and the 2011 theme: join the voices for recovery. recovery benefits everyone. this is an important effort, to try to make sure that we put the light on recovery from substance abuse and mental illnesses. for the first time, we've invited people in recovery from mental illnesses to join the substance abuse community in this celebration of accomplishment and achievement. these are actually very exciting and challenging times. the science that prevention works, that treatment is effective, and that people do in fact recover continues to grow. we've achieved parity and equity in law, or at least we've achieved the law-workin' on the implementation. now it's time to achieve a quality in service. since day one, this administration has been focused on applying sound, research-based drug policies geared toward protecting americans from the threats that drugs pose to public health and safety. i spent my entire career in law enforcement. i know we can't arrest our way out of our drug problem, and that's why our policies are based on the recognition that drug ad
a positive face and voice of recovery. we want you to know that recovery is possible. say it loud, say it proud, "i am in recovery!" (crowd: i am in recovery!) it's so important that this event takes place, especially in texas. for so long, people in recovery have been hidden in church basements, and they've kept their anonymity, and everybody needs to know that people do recover and live successful, productive, wonderful lives. and this is one way we can make the public aware that recovery is real, and recovery is rewarding, and recovery restores health and families. the reality of recovery is a whole, healthy community. so everybody benefits. we've got to thank everybody. it's a party out here. and that's the name of the theme for recovery month this year, is that everyone benefits. that's the theme for this year. the recovery month effort run out of washington, dc, is a way for different recovery movements from across the country to come together and to provide a common voice and-and a voice that will be heard. you guys are the faces and the voices of recovery, and the state needs t
recovery i am whole again. join the voices for recovery. it's worth it. for information on mental and substance abuse disorders, including prevention and treatment referral, call 1-800-662-help. brought to you by the u.s. department of health and human services. [music] i think it is important to point out how many vets are going through substance abuse problems and a lot of that is being due to the depression, the anxiety, the post-traumatic, the tbi, you know, the loss of limbs, all the things that we've seen and done while we were overseas. it's important for vets and their families to know that they are not alone, that this is more common than we like to admit and that the help is out there. all you have to do is reach out and realize that you are worth it. jen, you previously were alluding to some of the issues that you had upon your return from, from your deployment. do you want to cover some of those for our audience? absolutely. first, i want to go back to what mike was saying, he was talking about, you know, that kind of loss of identity. and that was a huge factor for my
. and with the help of my family and recovery support community... ...i am whole again. join the voices for recovery. it's worth it. for information on prevention and treatment referral, call 1-800-662-help. brought to you by the u.s. department of health and human services. >> from one of the best cooking schools in the world to your kitchen, here's another easy and fun recipe from the culinary institute of america. >> hi, my name is aubrey, and today, i'm going to tell you and show you what to do with those old bananas. sometimes, we just buy way too many bananas, and before you can slice them all on your cereal, they turn black. today, i'm going to show you what you can do with those bananas instead of making banana bread. this recipe calls for frozen bananas, so let's pretend these are on their way out and kind of brown. we're going to peel the banana and put it into a freezer bag. and the reason you're peeling it is because frozen bananas with the peel on is very hard to unpeel and will make your fingers very cold. and put the banana in the plastic bag, seal it up, and the bananas will always b
step. join the voices for recovery. for information and treatment referral for you or someone you love, call 1-800-662-help. brought to you by the u.s. department of health and human services. [music] dav's mission is simply to build better lives for disabled veterans and their families. we are known for helping veterans with their claims for veterans' benefits. what do you need assistance with today? i'm looking to check on my claim for my ptsd. about 2 in 10 have ptsd, a little bit more for major depression. and it goes up from there. in fact, bipolar is roughly 3 in 10. your iu claim is a new claim and it's been issued 2 weeks ago? we first look for the physical disabilities. and many times, a physical disability is the cause of a mental disability. all i had to do was sit home and, you know, try and recuperate and i, and i went into a depression. once we can get them treatment for the mental disorder, then we can control their substance abuse. and that is what we look for when we tell them to seek treatment at a va facility. since all of dav's natioanl service officers are disabled
'm ivette torres, and welcome to the usic) road to recovery 2012. this episode highlights the many accomplishments of the 2011 national recovery month observance as we look forward to a successful celebration in 2012. throughout the country, millions of americans have been making their voices heard by telling their story of recovery from mental and substance use disorders.
making their voices heard by telling their story of recovery from mental and substance use disorders. they know that they are not alone in their journey of recovery; that family, friends, and entire communities are walking alongside them. as the power of recovery becomes a reality for them, they also reclaim their health, relationships with
. >> thank you for your prayers and for giving me the time to recover. i have more work to do on my recovery, so i will do what is best for arizona. i will step down this week. >> iraqis are voicing outrage over the sentencing of the last marines charged in the 2005 massacre of 25 civilians. on tuesday, frank woodrich received no jail time. >> i was expecting the american courts would sentence the person to life in prison. he should appear and confessed to the world that he committed these crimes so that america could show itself as democratic and fair. >> in a dramatic scene yesterday on capitol hill, several democrats walked out of congressional hearings on the contraception rule. carol maloney of new york criticized the panel at the hearing, which was exclusively male. >> what i want to know is, where are the women? when i look at this panel, i do not see one single woman representing the tens of millions of women across the country who want and need insurance coverage for basic preventive health carere servic, including family planning. where are the women? >> we are joined by sandra flu
with the western police department was deceased at the scene. [voice shaking] >> jamie: the police is clearly shaken. he won his department's firefighter of the year award just weeks ago and he helped in the recovery effort as super storm sandy struck the east coast. cuomo issued a statement part of which reads quote: we as a community mourn they're loss as two more families must spend the holidays without their loved ones. david lee miller in our new york city newsroom with more on this. david lee, what more do we know about the gunman at this hour. >> william spangler was an ex-con. he beat his own grandmother to death back in 19 0. at the time he was charged with second degree murder but he pled to manslaughter. he was released from prison in 1998. until six years ago he was on parole. the local police chief said today that spangler's criminal past raises serious questions about how he obtained firearms. >> spangler was a convicted felon so it doesn't -- you know, he is not allowed to possess weapons. so, you know, did he legally possess those weapons? no. we have had all kinds of weapons
in the recovery? i don't think the answer to that is yes. >> at the same time, you had valerie jared. you can't really say the voices of women and minorities are shut out. >> they haven't been but there's not enough diversity. it's not just the obama administration. the reason you want more diversity is not soly because of optics it's because you get a variety of voices. you get new perspectives. you get new ideas. if you have someone who's in the cabinet, a latino or african-american or gay, there are other appointments within the cabinet. this is how new leaders get elected and experience. it is important across the board. with the demographic change that is are under way in the united states, it's only going to become ever more important. >> one interesting name is michelle who would become the first woman secretary of defense. with all the really disturbing news we have heard of increased sexual assaults in the military and whether chuck hagel would implement don't ask don't tell. is that a power symbol? she was qualified. >> i think so especially when you look at the ever changing milita
if it makes sense, so the recovery can go more efficiently and hopefully save money. fema supports it, the firefighters support it and it's really technical in nature, which is why i ask the chairwoman tonight if we could voice vote t i don't think there's any opposition. ms. mikulski: i say to the gentlelady, we've been advised that we do not think we'll be voice voting amendments tonight. but i want to just comment that we support the landrieu 3415 amendment, which clarifies the intent of section 609(e) of the pending amendment to provide fema reimbursements for the first responders. this amendment clarifies the intent that first responders can be reimbursed for wages during a disaster response, but it does not change the conditions of reimbursement that already -- that already aid in an affected disaster response. we do want to reinforce that the national association of both firefighters and their fire chiefs support this amendment. at such time when a vote is taken, i will urge an aye. ms. landrieu: i would like to technically calm the amendment, if i chasm the staff reminded me t
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